According to a recent report, details about four unannounced Assassin’s Creed projects have leaked. Ubisoft is currently working on several such major projects that have already been announced, as the publisher looks to return to annual releases in the franchise.
Those projects, however, may only be the beginning of Ubisoft’s plans, with the leaked games implying that the franchise will offer a much more diverse range of experiences.
Ubisoft announced four new Assassin’s Creed games in development in September 2022. Assassin’s Creed Mirage is set to be released in 2023 and is expected to be a shorter, more focused return for the franchise. The other projects, which are set in feudal Japan, the Holy Roman Empire, and ancient China, are known as Codename Red, Codename Hexe, and Codename Jade, respectively.
Ubisoft’s Assassin’s Creed Infinity project includes the first two games, while Jade is a mobile game
According to a new report from Insider Gaming, Ubisoft studios have made a new series of pitches for what will be the next wave of Assassin’s Creed releases, three of which will be “full-fledged” Assassin’s Creed releases.
Ubisoft Chengdu’s Project Raid, a 4-player co-op PvE game, Ubisoft Sofia’s Project Nebula, based in India, the Aztec Empire, and the Mediterranean, and Ubisoft Annecy’s Project Echoes, a multiplayer game based on Ubisoft’s Scalar cloud technology, are the three projects.
Insider Gaming’s fourth leaked project is actually a sequel to another unannounced Assassin’s Creed game. Project Nexus is an Assassin’s Creed VR game that is expected to be announced at this year’s E3. Project Nexus 2, another VR project, is said to be the fourth game.
Ubisoft announced Mirage, Red, Hexe, and Jade back in December. Then there’s Invictus, a multiplayer Assassin’s Creed game announced by Ubisoft for 2021. Nexus, the virtual reality game, will be released soon. Then there’s Nexus 2, Raid, Nebula, and Echoes, which were recently leaked.
Ubisoft may or may not be committed to this direction, and the report itself may be inaccurate in the first place. Nonetheless, given Ubisoft’s previous push for annual Assassin’s Creed releases and its success, it wouldn’t be surprising to see it happen again.
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